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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 12 July 1888

Trmrrrt" y && I I irr-swih"? "j--" XSST'i )i. j fi1xpT72i:?fXr'J$r-' iiTlji"-'fi j.;-.i. ,--i'-i iaT"l""J-t,'",','' -craay.gwgS5arj TlIEMYl.iiLt'.A.'iMi'LE YO BE ERECTED UPON THE OLD DA VID SINTON PROPERTY. It Estimated Cost, l'laii and lurtoefl. Tlits Pruscnt lund uiitt tho Contributor! Thereto Probable Co-TenanU With This Association ill the llulldin;. Tho proposal new stracturo for tlio Yoang Men's Christian Association, at Cincinnati, is to lis their Centennial of fering to tho cause ol Christianity in this great city. It will cost ono hundred thousand dollars, and of this sum, fifty eight thousand dollars has been already i fEOPOSED Y. M. a A. BUILaiXO. raised; tho drawings by Mr. James Mc Laughlin, the architect, have been com pleted and accepted; work will begin ct onco and the foundations will ba com pleted by fall. The building is to bo of modern design and construction, of presssd brick with stone facings and trimmings, and Ave gtories high with basement, attic and...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 19 July 1888

-T f - 1. 1? f?Cr.FiJ-rfi'''-'-,a - iKr-tjjgrv?; ivvrrr. 2e Hocking Sentinel. subscription, r-,BusIness Cards, nve lines or less per annum $fi.C0 ce-blmplo announcement of marriages and deaths and church and benevolent societies .userted free. Any addition to obituary notices vrlllue'chnrged five cents xtrn. LEWIS GREEN. Editor & Proprietor. LOGAN. OHIO, THOBSMT. JULY 19. 1888. NUMBER 11 VOLUME 47: TERMS I M I l-.-i. ! fe -"Hv s-fc.i T7 3" TT--TO. TT" ""Ni Sfc ' Jl "Ml "TK y tJ 3 TT "tw. ""V Wmmmm 4 IV ' fll I S&mi-Mrl . ss i IJ fl-r l-U (T M KT ! X 4-. h'N' 'i NK T ft 3K11! E E J7 J H 3 k, JS ' 1 B 6 ft tt i 0 J a -' ja -J ja sj "J " n -'-MM-' - .A rn -- r mmM.' ' mhik. , - . - "w i i i i f fe Vs 5 Tliey Must Go, &4 ft hs.ve marked our stock of At Such Marvelotjsly That they must room to carrv over unseasonable clothing, and to meet the issue, m Are marked at prices to meet all classes. Every plain figures. A child buys as cheap as the most expert judge of clothing. Don...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 19 July 1888

"TV m meszsa&& -TKggysgrrmT,"JT,T i-s.--.a: IAiiT.-J .' ?J:A"gWiT'.T ' L . 'MW'-,J.L'-yJJ J!-gATKp p-. ivJicg3rrgi)yyyf.g LEWIS GREEN. Editou & PROPRIETOR. TERMS $1.50 Viursday July 19, 18S8. DsEoeraiic MM Met; 3FOt TRESIDEST, GROVEE CLEVELAND, Of New York. FOB VICE PRESIDENT, Allen G. Thurman, Of Ohio. Democratic STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, 'BOSTON G. YOUNG, of Marion. Judge or thoSuprenio Court, LY3IAN It. CRITCHIMELD orilillersburBi Member Board of Public Works; JAMES EMMITT, of WaTcrly. For member or Congress, Joseph H. Outnwaite, of t'rautliu. For Ccnimrii-asJudge, TAT.L SLOTTGrHL Of Fairfield. DEMOCRATIC County Ticket. For Treasurer, BENJAMIN D. ALLEN. For Prosecuting Attorney. VIRGIL C. LOWJttY. For Commissioner. GEORGE HARKS. . For Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATHIAS. 'Executive Committee. S. Weldy, Chairman ; Jons 31. T?loyd, Sect'v; 1'bed Strock, Treasurer; V. C. Lowey, P. Mc 'BIahon, Geo. Krink, Al. Wear. Congressman Oulhwaite made a masterly speech on tli...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 19 July 1888

-? -....h EPS SSS!SSlXiSSliSSSSZSSeSSXZSSSSB3iSiS J3SS2SES3HE2E23rS2XIESH5SSnE5anSSSS5S33SBr3w ETT1 '..'Jg 2S3EK V V LOCAL ITEMS IBI- Donovan Artistic Tailor. Vera-BoHcn spent Sunday In Lan caster. Mr. Henry Lutz was in Lancaster on Monday. "What lias become of our local 6treet doctors ? George - Kleinftchmidt friends in Lancaster Sunday. A number of our young people jisited Hie Aah Cave Tuesday. The Sunday train will take you into Columbus in limo for church. Will Keynes and Frank Martin spent Sunday in Tony Barleou'e town. Mrs. C. F. Eisele. of Wcllston, O., is visiting ilrs. Cbab. McLain this week Garden truck is abundant in ' our market, and Hie prices are Within the reach of all. For all bowel troubles use Rino hart's Syrup Blackberry ; no op!um 25c. F Habuisgton. Mrd. Chas. Shaw,of Bonton town ship, an old subscribor and good Citizen, died on last Monday night. Mrs. F. M. yomeldorff, Gallipo iis, spent last week with her tlaiigh ter, Mrs. W. U, Cushmun; in in city. The excursi...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 19 July 1888

rjz- l3r- fSkex: ?&- 'BWr.iu ' v- Tn-5a;-Lur.M-yi-.-.....iu.l,.i.mgs;: era AN ORIENTAL EXHIBIT. cr&Ian Rugs, Mroi Js uf Damascus and Urn Draperies of Hi . lUrk-JSjed Ilaidc s. Tho knowledgo t be gained by the vis ltori to the comiug Centennial is far moro potent in its diversity and charac ter thin csn be decided by cursory note. It would require whole tonics to tell of the wonderful things to bo seen there, i'he whole world, it may be said, lias not been slow to bring its manifold tribute. The scientist, no less than the artist, or mechanic, may stand amazed before ths cosmic visloa. The witnesses to the re sult of this scheme, so mighty that it appals tho ordinary brain, are the real beneficiaries of its greatness. Men may dream for years of being r-tle, at sonio period of their lives, to traverse the haunts of youth, and of gathering treas ures and knowledgo at tho ancient c-iirincs, yet can fail, perhaps, to recog nize the value of the privileges thus afforded them by th...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 26 July 1888

-rfJ- X 6 - -4Sr. L-U. 1, r -2 $ . y L "-- . - -f? '2n233iii2EZ3r23SS:3S"KE2S5wC33cS S5CE5SE V V Cg- ass: y.U"g;ggg -wr..w- jalu myujuiim.'jM).j.A' w-.BagtaHgg5iag3gzaLA1:v,..'y.TT..VBirng y 'MtjCTTrstm.T?: jm -C . jj?-tt 2e Mocking Sentinel. ? sTTbsCrii'tion, $1,50 .J ca-.TJusIness Cards, Ave lines or less per sn'nnm SG.C0 " m simple announcement of marriages nnd deaths and clinrch nnd benevolent .. sacletlcs .userled free. Any addition to obituary notices wmbeScbargcd five cents extra. LEWIS GREEN, - EDITOK & PROPRIETOn: lct VOLUME 47: LO&Afl. OHIO, THUB8DAL JULY 26. 1888. KUMBEB 15 TERMS SI. 50 rtn i it f ir" '1 irliii "VT tSr XINvjr $ JLLuL n X JLX 8 ( p a V - r Th av MUSI We have marked our f? I Flf fWl fil B3 M Stjoh Makvelously tjt 7 jj ts iii N J H & WW That they must go. We have no 4 room to carry over unseasonable clothing, and to meet the issue, rJOT 5S 1$ M-ffflH K8S9 v mm sesb s Kt9 M nEc! Pt9 BM 8 Jiia Si I Q S BE Are marked at prices to meet all classes. E...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 26 July 1888

-E 4 v JiiuttitttL LEWIS GREEN. Editob & Proprietor. TERMS $1.50 Ihursday. July 26, 18SS. Democratic Nam Met FOR PRKSIDENT, GROVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. "FOR VICE PRESIDES?, Allen G. Thurman, Of Ohio. Democratic ' STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, BOSTON 0. YOUNG, of Marion. Judge or tho 8upromn Court, XYMAN II. CRITCUKIELD of Mlllersburc, Member Board of Public Works; JAMES EiliUTT, ofWaverly. For member of Congress, Joseph H. Outhwaite of Kraukliu. For Common Pleas Judge, TALL SLOUGH Of Fairfield. DEMOCRATIC County Ticket For Troasarcr, BENJAMIN H. ALLEN. For Trosocullog Attorney. VIRGIL 0. LOWBY. For Commissioner. GEORGE MARKS. For luflr-aary Director, ISAAC MAXHIAS. .Executive Committee. ts. Weldv, Chairman ; Jons M. JTloyd, Sect'v; Vtosd Strock, "Treasurer; V. C. Lowry, P. Mc 'Mahon, Geo. Krink, At. Weak. Tho speech of Mr. Outhwaito which we publish on the outside of -lias issuo wilt command the hearty approval of his constituents, and at tractlbo nttention of tho country...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 26 July 1888

SS L- r- r t- K - f i :s i U. ti 2 f - -U h r fe ,, L-I--n r - - - eamaar" " ' hti-u rBBMMMi i ' ... r - W nnn LOCAL Donovan-Artistic Tailor. She eclipsed. Dichyou see it Mike Kreig is irajroviug bis prop erty on West Hunter, Dr. I. B. Hamblin. of Columbus spent Sunday in Logau. Wanted 5000 Turtles, al John Kerstine's Restaurant. Wm. Wancr lmi moved into liis new residence on West Main st. E 1. Weis i rtown the Valley on a business trip J his week. Turtle Soup every day and evening al Johnny Kersline's. Kobbio.and Blancltie Price are Visiting their aunt, al Shawnee. Miss Jennie Ityan is the guest of her sister, Mrs. John White of this place. 7 No'fce change of time in C. H.T.&T. R'y time card in this issue. -Frank Brooke has taken a posi tion as saleemau with Loinus k Moore. Miss Mairgie Saumenig is visiting Mr and Mrs. Goo Teeny at It'xh wood O. Mr. and Mm. E. G. Collins are viBitinsr ilr.Uoiliu3'si3i.erat jjurns O. this freek. Miss Tessa Root, of Now Strait? ville, was the gue...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 26 July 1888

t iris w - - - . - -,-,-, . - ..-.' '-' ...C- -. -.- " ;- -- It. SSll twtiiv to it. j Well, "if tlio records oftho Re-! ii- . ,, il. IJniih ! publican party prove it, Ihe he-pub j lican party outit 10 fccrvc inus- who orop'oy it for tint purpose. Tlio cdilor continues : Wo tlierefere deny tfcs nrrlion of the Senator whom the Kenuulican Xcasuc has chosen for its mouth piece, and wo affirm that more than three fourths of all (lie money useilin sup port of.Kepnhlicanisni and protection has come from men directly or "nidi rectly enjtaced in manufactures. How, Mr. Chairman. 1 want to clo'c with tlici-o i-enlonies: Any legislation that is purchased i- vie lous legislation. JAny legiblaliou that is 'boucrht with money, no matter what Us purnoso nmy 03, i-M that tho people ot the I leinsbition that tho peopl country should, bo ware of. Any legislation which is in return for ra-onoy.paid to carry political cam paigns with ia injurious to the in terests of the people. The Chairman Tho time of...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 2 August 1888

6-- . f y 'sX The Socking Sentinel. cniiucL subscription, $1.50 OB-Business Cards, five lines or less per an nil in $1.60 a- Simple aiinouuceinent of marriages nnd dratlisnnd church and benevolent societies .uscrtexl free. Any addition to obituary notices ivHlbclcUargPd five cents extra. LEWIS GREEN, Editor & Proprietor. L0GA, OHIO, THDBSDAL AUGUST 2. 1888. DUMBER 16. VOLUME 47: TERMS $1.50 The Hocking Sentinel. t V . Y r-1 They Must Go. sss2se?4e2tKSe&aj(EHS25-e?e3ssa o ss esess We nave marked our Summer At Such Mabvelotjsly That they must go. We have no room to cany over unseasonable clothing, and to meet the issue, Are marked at prices to meet all classes. Every article marked in plain figures. 4 S ! Ef ' A child buys as cheap as the most expert judge of clothing. Don't purchase poor made clothing when less money buys The One Price Clothing House. 'N STZl. 5Es fr. V -' r- 5' 2S? '3i3? yi r-j 52Tftrt r ia 3 cv i m0 i i 1 1 i rpr nHfeb & ps&ssaB 2 srt sUSS $rm8(arao...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 2 August 1888

K rrfflargnrrgrgrejgaa. mi imccrc &jh$ Jg!iiisntL LEWIS GREEN. Editor & Pkopkietcr. TEKMS $1.50 Ikursday, slug. 2, 18SS. CgfflocratiD Hatol Met Foil PRESIDENT, GROVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. . FOE VICE PRESIDEXr, Allen G. Thurman, Of Ohio. Democratic; ST.TJS TICKET. Secretary of State, BOSTON G. YOUNG, of Marlon. Judgi of the Supremo Court, LYMAN n.ORITCHKIELD of Mlllersburg, Mcmbe.-Board or I'ubl'o Works; JAMErf EMMITT, of Waverly. For member of Congress, Joseph H. Outhwaitej of Franklin. Foi-Cotftmou Pleas Judge, T.JLL SLOUGH Of Fairfield. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Treasurer, "BENJAMIN B. ALLEN. For Prosecuting Attorney, VIRGIL Cv LOWKY. For Commissioner. GEORGE MAKES. For Infiraary Director. ISAAC MxVTHIAS. Executive Committee. S. Weldy, Cliairman ; Jons M. Floyi, Sect'v; I'ked Stbock, Treasurer; V. C. Lowry, P. Mc Makon, Geo. Krinn, Al. Weak. Ah Imputation on Prom inent Democrats. Tho Republican papers, failing ' to have an issue in this campaign, resort to fabricati...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 2 August 1888

v r' &. ' m ii ursTTi'i"" "- t "''''''i'.Ii'W- - ,Wi" ' -T-" '' v-''i'i'i-'-i-''"?J' . - - ; r -ii-ffTT ! gfTMMqaaWi" riT"'i ! iMii irvinrtnsi ' "" T j ICAL ITEMS. Donovan-Artistic Tailor. Olias. Brooke, of Chicago is visit ing Ms parents, in this city. Squire Dan Davis, of Sail Creek, was in town Wednesday. Mrs. Adam Lntz was the rguest of Lancaster friends Sunday. T- R. Walburn, the pension man. visited his parents at Ironton, O., Monday. There will le a platform dance at the Kock llouc oaliuuay. August 4th. Frank Brelim lias taken a po eition as mail agent on the To ledo l'oad. Mrs. G. W. rnflen and Mrs. Otlm Kanode have 'returned from Their Southern trip. Sirs. Booker, of Springfield. Ky. l vii-iting in Logan, the g"tsl of Mrs. II. L. Wriiiht. Miss Bessie Isaminger. of Col'im jns, is tho guest of Miss Lizzie Mc Munigal Un3 week. Clins Frnsch, Arch Kreig, Unas. lEngle and James Montgomery Sun dayed at the Rock House. Ephraim Parker, of Van Vert. O , is visiting friends and te...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 2 August 1888

ill fTTTIfy. f SSyS? r. .r- Tailing Into Line. A Chicago E-abnr K.t'atlcr Joiii-o (lie Homo cm! ic Inrfy. Chicago. July 26 The Demo- ' cralic Sutie ticket lias obtained mi important accession to its list of supporters in tho pcraoti of lion. Loo P. Pwj'er, the well known !- "bar refornicr and mombcrtif I lie leii:tturo, who has tiiinoiuiceJ bis intention of snppoitin Palm r nnii U.)il ntiil-ibe Uemoeratic SU'.o tick cl general! j. "I sli.-ill tn!?c tbc stump fnrGon- eral Palmer,'' sanl Mr. I)j'er when questioned ubint the mailer. '! believe thnt ho represents the bine and suio.v of the poople hoi! tliut be is no iinnot and able man. I wou'd J!iI:o to see him triumph, because 1 believe Ida election wou'd tnean s victory ior principle. IJisppeech or acceptance won for htm the re ard of many thousand members ot the labor party, and I hone3!ly bo 'liove be ia faring to be elected. J know Senator A J. Beli "personal ly, wbo is running for lietenant gov ernor. He is an excellent person nn...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 9 August 1888

-mV-mf; f C&"-. N- .V r-wr---iJssJuH-5W"fr-aw 41 4 M gn-aBw.&ja?v?gCTr..r.r??rr''Krrr -'-' '" A'fft" -J-'--"t'- -"-- '- --w '-' '-'-' -m -'v ug.-.vitjjfjjggjaLUimjiii jfite Mocking Sentinel. h$ f&tnthwl SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 OTT" Business Curds, five lines orlcbsper annnm SG.C0 fee Simple announcement of marriages and deaths nnd chuicli and benevolent societies .nsciled free. Any ndditiun to obitu.-iry notice, will bojehargod live cent.' extra. LEWIS GREEN, Editor & Proprietor. VOLUME 47: LOGAJS. OHIO, IEUBSMI. AUGUST 9. L888. DUMBER 17. TERMS $1.50 Mocking I H H JL JL A .RLJ l 1 -. "r They -Must Go. We have marked our stock of s LEE OF 1888. THE GREAT CENTENNIAL PAGEANT AT CINCINNATI. -ir ; versed witn tho "other two I?a- -jrae association of tKsso to Coats was tional colors. They were two hundred very suggestive, and was probabiy indi nnd fifty strong, and each member car- j cativo of the feeling of England that TOE BrHCTACUtAB PRECEDENT FOB ITJTTJUr QEKKRATIOXS. At ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 9 August 1888

;r-:.-irT-rerer.rTryr- 3 Wjht jsmiiitd LEWIS GREEN, Editor & PnorniEron. TERMS $J.50 Ihursday, slug. , &S5. Denocrai National TiiM Fon peesident, GROVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. OR VICE PRESIDENT, Allen G. Thuraan, Of Ohio. Democratic -STA-ODE TICKET. Secretary of State. "BOSTON G. YOUNG, of Marion. Judge of the Supreme Court, liYilAN B. CRITCHK1ELD of MUlersburg, Member Hoard or Public Works; JAMES EMMITT, of Warerly. For member of Congress, Joseph H- Outhwaite, of Franklin. For Common Pleas Judge, T-AJLL SLOUGH Of Fairfield. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Treasurer, BENJAMIN H. ALLEN. For Prosecuting Attorney, VIRGIL C. LOWKY. For Commissioner. GEORGE MARKS. Tor luflraiary Director, ISAAC ilATHIAS. Our Supplement. Wo present our readers this ' week with an interesting supple iment, containing views upon the -current questions of'public pol icy, that sliould command the at tention of every intelligent read-. -er. Read the supplement and ? then give it to your Republican neigh...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 9 August 1888

' JSEU -- r . -"&isSTa,SSi s? - " .r , J r r , i; .y yi. ill rrc-Tirn jtj:' iks nxHwwiJt.VJWff, .'J.i.J.ST'W. l.'.W.J!MTr,.1WJinnBfB .mj,i'jtwji .ssj..iiJsoiii'SsiMjiru.vJW3ggMsmi.lLII L-yrv-- : "j.-Ta'n.yysiwr ,.ij..- . .r.--sjff,rfgrr-rpatf.gT-j LOCAL ITEiS. j Mr. Madison Xemerer, of Fair field county, stopped in Logan awhile Wednesday, to see his cousin. 13. C. Reber. Chas Hose and his foreman, Fiank Downey, are in Cincinnati litis week, doing the Exposition, The St- Joseph's Picnic. Donovan Artistic Tailor. Hammocks at ccst, at iiiller & Case's. . Mrs. I. J. Liulqy 6t-eut Sandany at Swan, 0. 9 A. Michio was in Lnpiii the first of the week. Semi-annually, at lea't occasionally. the good people of St. Joseph's hav a picnic. It is not a frolic ; it is not a speculation. It is a meeting together on an appointed day of all the people ;n the country round ahout to join in mid b'lvillg a Stock of goods for expressions of cood feeling and fellow- i r m. . - ....: ....,i .tta.ii ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 9 August 1888

1 1 an i TrirSEs-U'aTEfc VS35mrft VWT .i-u: X&eefe "W jr. .."t - "5. ?SSS J.T.jT-. F aYT-T?'vprrIC'ra:"'':'-'1-' 'aiaCTeg-.grr?ia2 ggsyremSSjwasssssasassJiiaUti;:; 2r23UGEZ32552IS2 SSESE335SS MaugA tiigsmxss r-?rry"T-rTTT-T?fBr-.jyjvtijsj j.-.j-v. .r .-- -1.1 fi The Funu. A writer in an agriculture pa per contends that tlio post of all weeds, the rag weed, if cut early and properly cured, will make fodder equal lo l lie best of hay. Let some of our fanners make the experiment. .Bogus Unking Powder Tests. Rather injrenious hut not. less fraudulent, are the pretended tests of baking powder being made .in many of odr kitchens by agents who are frying to further the sale of a Chicago article Those' so-called tests consist in Tho freu?e of insect powder! mixing separately, with wa,er a in stables will meat iy lessen the ! sample of tho baking powder annoyance lo stock from Hies, but the floors and stalls should be kept clean. Dusting the legs oi horses with carbonate of lime will aid...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 16 August 1888

fts2SSaS-,i3iA2JC35aai:,- -arfarSv ir Ji.&LxZl .- 9-a-C-tt ?S3SS33S5X3ESg33SE:Snffi3SiT 2 Hocking Sentinel . -sr w $ m $ fe OCKING. mf Remind a SUBSCRIPTION, .$1.50 3 $ Kjr Business Circls, Ave lints or less per minnm Jfl.CO ear-Sluiple announcement qf miirrlss and deaths sin! church mid benevolent societies inserted free. Any nddition o obituary notices will bo charged Ave cents extra. lH KJ Yx & -L M&. i& w - r-j : A.yn" 3'wai3 LEWIS GREEK, Editor & PnorniETor.. VOLUME 47: LOGAN, OHIO. THDBSDAX AUGUST 18. 1888. iUMBER 18 TERMS $1.50 i-!&otiti6ate5tr..Tc;-jf,toa vJau R n Vj olilN 1 11N 1JL. U.- 5' KB K I r V 1 Jib V e"-3s3ee(csG(2Eef'2j'!2jssef'e!H(fHej S3 v3 cro We have marked our stock of! UMllililyi At Sues Mabyelously MJ0 gl That they must go. We have no room to carry over unseasonable olothing, and 16 meet the issue, a MI 81 Are marked at prices to meet all classes. Every article marked hi plain figures. 1 j W -q I 03 Bras ics is t- vt IB fii up i iiiai...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 16 August 1888

M 1 : - .? i .ST Si": h$ LEWIS GREfcN, Editor & Proprietor. TERMS I.50 'Ihursday, ?lvg. 16, 'SS, Bsfflocratk- Kational Met. FOll PRKSIDKXT, GHOVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. FOE VICE PRESIDENT, Allen G. Thurman, 01 Ohio. Democratic STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, BOSTON G- YOUNG, of Marion. Judze of thcSuprcnio Court, IA'MAN K. CUITCIIKIELD ofMillersburg, SlembcrlJonrd of Public Works; JAMES ElDflTT, of Wavcrly. For member of Congress, Joseph H- Outhwaite of Franklin. V r Circuit Judge. -S- WELDY. Of Hocking County. For Common Pleas Judge, TALL SHOTJGKEL Of Fairfield. DEMOCRATIC -COUNTY TICKET. For Treasurer, BENJAMIN H. ALLEN. For Prosecuting Attorney. VIRGIL C. LOWJIY. For Commissioner. GEORGE MAKKS. For luflrniary Director. ISAAC.1TATHIAS. Executive Committee. S. WEMr, Cliairman ; John M. Floyd, Secl'y; 1'rcd Stbock, ' Treasurer; V. C. Lowky, 1 Mc--MaHgx, Geo. Kuikn, Ar,. Weak. Lojrr.n CIcTchmsl Club Officers, President Chris .Tourgcnsmler. Secretary-John Sliivcly. Treasurer A...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 16 August 1888

waa3aSSggS2 X aaaga7ttwyyaltf1t: MiHSLZir'ssissj-?: :2SKr-':-Mr3env.-.:3S'.i 'Z2Z5'Z2?SL i LOCAL ITEMS. MWgllWi MH msmmmimmm a.w Donovan--Artistic Tailor. Kob Work, of Marietta, was in JiOgan Sunday Dr. Aplin. of Caibonliill, Was in lown Monday. Mrs. A. Michie is Visiting -friends here this week: Joe Kcsflcr' of Adilab"ula, O" is visiting relatives in Logan. Miss Josio Davenport is vNit --in-j; relatives :il Washington C. 11. Sammy Ji'ehipbl celebrated 1 i 3Slh biithday on Saturday last Miss Cora Saunders, of Coin m bus, is visit ilig relatives in litis city. Mrs. A. C Elliott ahd.soh; of Fnidlny, 0.,aie visiting relatives in Logan. A large number ol Logan eo p!o attended the lair ai JleAr titur last week. Chas. McLaiti rind wife took in the Centennial at Cinciiinali; the first of the week. Squire Lehman, of Ward, left on last Monday for a visit to his children in Indiana. Mrs. L. K. Barnes,, of Toledo O., is visiting Mr. altd Mrs. John Shively, of Jns place. T. 11. Walburn left Log...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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